The Syracuse SkyChiefs, a Triple A affiliate of Toronto, play at P & C Stadium which was built in 1997 seating 11,117. P & C is the name of a supermarket chain. The team is owned by a large number of community members. This stadium, designed by HOK, is a carbon copy of the stadium in Norfolk, VA. It has a nice wide concourse for the concessions behind the seating area. There are seats throughout the stadium. The field has astroturf because it is a multi-purpose stadium used for football, soccer, and lacrosse. The SkyChiefs were playing the Buffalo Bisons and lost 10-3. The box score was Bisons R-10, H-14, E-1 and the SkyChiefs R-3, H-9, E-1. The SkyChiefs led until the 7th inning when the Bisons scored 5 runs and then 4 more runs in the 9th inning to put the game away. The field lines are RF & LF-330', RC-376', CF-400' and LC-350'. The bullpens are behind the left field wall. The mascot is Scooch. The Solvay Bank sponsored team from the Geddes Little League of Syracuse, ages 10-12, went on the field with the SkyChiefs for the National Anthem. When we were walking into the stadium we saw three men wearing special baseball jerseys. Each jersey had either What, Who, or I Don't Know on the back, player's names from the Abbott and Costello skit. Who is Evan, What is Andy, and I Don't Know is Dave. Evan and Dave are from King of Prussia, PA and Andy is from north NJ. For the past seven years they have been traveling to major league parks and have visited 26 through last year. This year they are doing minor league parks in the NY state area. They are hoping to complete the 30 major league parks by traveling to the west coast next year. Jim talked baseball during the game with the General Manager, John Simone and the Asst. GM Tom Van Schaack. 2009 affiliated with Washington Nationals. New Logo. 2014 NBT Bank Stadium.
Attractions
Onodaga Historical Association Museum features a permanent collection of items, paintings, photographs and memorabilia documenting 300 years of Onondaga history. Wed-Sun Free.

Sainte Marie among the Iroquois is a recreation of a 17th-century Jesuit mission with costumed interpreters who demonstrate traditional cooking, building, and harvesting techniques. Fee.